Steam Boilers Function

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Steam Boilers Function
Steam Boilers are commonly used at large facilities to act as primary or backup steam sources. The source of heat that generates the steam varies, but the basic operation of the boiler is the same.

The primary function of a steam boilers is to produce steam at a given pressure and temperature. To accomplish this, the boiler serves as a furnace where air is mixed with fuel in a controlled combustion process to release large quantities of heat. The pressure-tight construction of a boiler provides a means to absorb the heat from the combustion and transfer this heat to raise water to a temperature such that the steam produced is of sufficient temperature and quality (moisture content) for steam loads.

There are some Steam Boilers part:
# Burner
# Platen SH
# Secondary SH
# Secondary RH
# Primary RH
# Primary SH
# Economizer
# Hopper
# Air Preheater